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smidgin (ˈsmɪdʒən) 

Definitions

noun

  1. = smidgen

smidgen or smidgin (ˈsmɪdʒən Pronunciation for )

Definitions

noun

  1. (informal) a very small amount or part

Word Origin

C20: of obscure origin

Example Sentences Including 'smidgin'

A dab of Clockwork Orange, a smidgin of Oliver Twist, some Burroughs cut-ups later, and the Diamond Dogs concept emerged.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
People's lives are so dull, nowadays; Rog and I like to redress the balance with a smidgin of fun and colour.
West, Charles Stage Fright

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